How many times have the globalists and their camp followers held concerts and told people "this is worst mass starvation in Africa EVER due to drought (it’s always “worst drought in 100 yrs”)), civil war, crop failures, etc?? Now this one is “the worst since 1945?”
At what point can we just admit that all of Africa need to be sterilized? We’re right on the cusp of an extinction-level event in Africa from too many people and not enough resources. In 50 years, animals like giraffes, apes, (rhinos already basically gone thanks to Chinese) will all be gone. And not a single news outlet will admit the problem. We (very, very stupidly) brought them Western medicine so rather than them having 12 kids and 10 dying, 11 of the 12 are now living.
And, just as Gaddafi predicted, they are “turning Europe black” as well as destroying their own homes.
Might sound defeatist, but I’m at the point where I never want kids unless I ended up living in Australia or maybe Uruguay, which is supposedly very White. Imagine what Europe and the US will be like in 50 years?
Back to topic of thread:
"UN: World facing greatest humanitarian crisis since 1945
11 March 2017
From the section Africa
The world is facing its largest humanitarian crisis since 1945, the United Nations says, issuing a plea for help to avoid “a catastrophe”.
UN humanitarian chief Stephen O’Brien said that more than 20 million people faced the threat of starvation and famine in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and Nigeria.
Unicef has already warned 1.4m children could starve to death this year.
Mr O’Brien said $4.4bn (£3.6bn) was needed by July to avert disaster.
“We stand at a critical point in history,” Mr O’Brien told the Security Council on Friday. “Already at the beginning of the year we are facing the largest humanitarian crisis since the creation of the United Nations.”
"Now, more than 20 million people across four countries face starvation and famine. Without collective and coordinated global efforts, people will simply starve to death. Many more will suffer and die from disease.
“Children stunted and out of school. Livelihoods, futures and hope will be lost. Communities’ resilience rapidly wilting away. Development gains reversed. Many will be displaced and will continue to move in search for survival, creating ever more instability across entire regions.”
Mr O’Brien’s comments follow on from a similar appeal made by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres last month.
At that time, he revealed the UN had only received $90m (£74m) so far in 2017, despite generous pledges.
Like Mr O’Brien, he urged more financial support for the four countries. But why are they in such dire need?"